Is there a way to insert a blank page into a site with a predefined theme already assigned
Peggy, can you clarify your question with a few more details? I’m not clear on exactly what you’re trying to accomplish.
Yes, you can create a blank page. But I’m not sure what you mean by the second part of your question. Do you mean to create a page that uses a different theme than the theme that is currently being used for your site?
With a little more information, I’ll do my best to help.
Peggy replied, “I appreciate your quick reply and apologize for my lack of clarity. I made a photo the background on the home page. I do not want the photo to carry over to all of the other pages I create. I guess I need to understand the themes better! I wanted to move the location of the main menu to the top of the screen but it appears it’s location is fixed in the template to below the photo I installed. The theme is Activation. If I understand correctly you can not use two themes on one website.” — Peggy Randall
Thank you for clarifying. Based on the photo you emailed, it appears that you can’t easily do what you’re trying to do with that theme.
It appears that you added a photo to the header — which applies to every page in the site. You can’t assign different photos to other pages without editing the theme itself.
Likewise, the menu location is determined by the theme. To move the location of the menu, you’ll need to edit the theme files.
As you’ve learned, you can’t activate multiple themes on the same site. You can only have one theme activated at a time.
Editing themes is not difficult, but requires a working knowledge of PHP and CSS. If you don’t want to dive into the code of your theme, you’ll either want to find a new theme that more closely matches what you want your site to look like, or hire an expert to customize your theme to fit your needs.
Hope this helps provide some clarification!